Thoughts and commitments post conversation with Beverley.
They’d like to use the Learning Technologist in blocks, not regular time slots.
- 7th July – Assessment Day – Andy to attend (also be prepared to explain how the team works via Google Docs)
- 13th, 20th, 27th July – in Division
The time spent in division is not specifically focused on certain tasks. I’d suggest we provide a booking sheet for consultancies, course reviews etc., and provide a structure of events / themes – these should be 15 minute demos, on a range of tasks (lets follow those we are doing for the learning and teaching day).
There does sound like a few issues we can’t resolve, ie., personal tutor booking forms, CLA license management. But we might be able to steer to the right person.
We just need to divvy up the sessions;
- 13th – why aren’t you using clickers on your teaching? 10 things you could do to your Wolsey course >> Andy will so this one 🙂
- 20th – screencasting … what is it good for? building an e-tutorial using Xerte
- 27th – why aren’t you using clickers on your teaching? 10 things you could do to your Wolsey course
The questions we’ll need to answer at the end of July are;
- was the hub-spoke model used?
- do staff think the the hub-spoke model adds value to them?
- how could we improve the hub-spoke model?
- do we think the hub-spoke model can be an agent of change?
- do we recommend extending this across UCS?